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How to find out repository size?

We got a couple Projects, with quite a few repositories in some case, and there are also private repositories.

How can i find out the size of each?

(As to check if private ones are used reasonably and what projects are eating up my disc space.)

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In Bitbucket Cloud, a repository admin can see the size under "Repository Details" under Settings.

In Bitbucket Server too, you can view it under Settings > Repository Details after clicking on "Retrieve Size Details".

Retrieve Size Details, where is this?

If you are in the Repository settings, make sure that you have selected the top/first item for Repository details. Then, you should see Approximate size with Retrieve size details. Just click on Retrieve size details.

Is it possible to get this information via a REST API call?

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Is ther still no possibility to get the repo size using the REST API?

I have a small python script that will get you this info here.

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seanaty Atlassian Team Aug 27, 2020

`size` is a property of the repository object on the API. Here is an example object from,-workspace,-links,-project

(Note that I've used field exclusion to remove some fields so it's easier to read).

The size is in bytes.

"scm": "git",
"website": "",
"has_wiki": false,
"uuid": "{937ead00-56c2-4ade-a39f-5ece4cad603a}",
"language": "python",
"fork_policy": "allow_forks",
"name": "bbql",
"created_on": "2015-12-24T01:38:39.423219+00:00",
"mainbranch": {
"type": "branch",
"name": "master"
"full_name": "atlassian/bbql",
"has_issues": true,
"updated_on": "2020-05-15T01:15:06.344215+00:00",
"size": 1911650,
"type": "repository",
"slug": "bbql",
"is_private": false,
"description": "API query language for Django as used on"
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Is there a table or query we can check against the database instead? Just trying to verify if any of our repos are over 2GB for the Cloud migration.

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